Theoretical Distributions Binomial (CA Foundation Maths, Statistics, Logic, and Reasoning): Questions 8  13 of 31
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Question number: 8
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For a binomial distribution, mean and mode
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Do not always exist. 

b.  Are never equal. 

c.  Are equal when q = 0.50. 

d.  Are always equal. 

Question number: 9
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An example of a biparametric discrete probability distribution is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Poisson distribution. 

b.  Normal distribution. 

c.  Binomial distribution 

d.  All of the above 

Question number: 10
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The mean and mode of a normal distribution
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  May be different. 

b.  Are always equal 

c.  May be equal. 

d.  None of the above 

Question number: 11
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A trial is an attempt to
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Make something impossible. 

b.  Prosecute an offender in a court of law. 

c.  Make something possible. 

d.  Produce an outcome which is neither certain nor impossible. 

Question number: 12
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The important characteristic (s) of Bernoulli trials
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Trials are infinite 

b.  Each trial is associated with just two possible outcomes. 

c.  Trials are independent 

d.  Both b. and c. are correct 

Question number: 13
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For Poisson fitting to an observed frequency distribution,
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  We equate the Poisson parameter to the median of the distribution. 

b.  We equate the Poisson parameter to the mean of the frequency distribution. 

c.  We equate the Poisson parameter to the mode of the distribution. 

d.  All of the above 
